Information Technology

Learning Spaces

We support several types of learning spaces across campus. Below are lists for available equipment and room capabilities. Please note these vary by location. For detailed room listings including available technology visit the classroom directory

Learning Spaces

Information and Learning Commons (ILC)

The Michigan Tech Library is undergoing a major renovation to create a more technologically advanced learning environment to meet the evolving needs of students. This includes: New, faster computing equipment, A more open and collaboration-friendly environment, expanded availability, the migration of open lab seats to a common location in the Library. View the Information and Learning Commons Development.

Classrooms

Equipment/Capabilities:

  • A/V Control System - Crestron
  • Auxiliary Video Inputs - HDMI and VGA
  • Auxiliary Audio Inputs - Mini-Stero and RCA
  • Boards - Marker and/or Chalk
  • Computer - Win 7 and/or Mac
  • Document Camera
  • iClicker - Personal Response System
  • Instructional Podium or Table
  • Laptop Connection
  • Lecture Capture System
  • Overhead
  • Plasma/LCD Flat Screens
  • Projector Screens - Computer/Video
  • Seating Types: Flexable or Fixed
  • Sound System
  • Speakers
  • Video Camera
  • Wireless Internet - Rovernet

Classroom computers applications include:

  • Adobe Reader
  • Flash Player
  • Internet Explorer
  • iTunes
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • MS Office 2007
  • Putty, WinSCP
  • Quicktime
  • Real Player

Users are encouraged to use Remote Desktop to access their office systems if special software is required.

Computer Labs

"Open" labs are available for all students on campus, regardless of major. Major- or student-specific labs (e.g., Grad students, Humanities majors) are indicated as such. Teaching Labs are classrooms that also consist of computer work stations. Courses are scheduled in these labs to allow hands-on learning for many diciplines. Teaching labs are available for student use when not being used by scheduled courses. View a list of computer labs.

Wireless Lounges

Wireless lounges are rooms that have no scheduled courses and are open 24/7 to all students. These rooms include various seating types such as couches, chairs and desks. Large LCD montiors are available to display your laptop or other portable device.

Wireless Lounges
Rekhi 113
Dillman 209
AOB G04
Dow Atriums
Meese Center